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Kaizer Chiefs new signing aims to end Kaizer Chiefs' six years trophy drought.

New Kaizer Chiefs signing Kgaogelo Sekgota has set his sight on ending Kaizer Chiefs' trophy drought. Amakhosi have not been able to lift a trophy in the last five season, making it a six years trophy drought. During the six years without any trophy Kaizer Chiefs have managed to bring Khama Billiat to the team from Mamelodi Sundowns but they still failed to win a single trophy, as they have recorded the most cup final losts.

Despite not being able to lift a single trophy in the last six years, Kaizer Chiefs is still considered one of the big Giants in South African Football. Amakhosi have recently announced the signing of Keagan Dolly, adding to the long list of players that they have already managed to signed. Kgaogelo Sekgota, Sfiso Hlanti, Phatutshedzo Nange, Njabulo Ngcobo, and Brandon Petersen were signed before the end of the season.

One of signings Kgaogelo Sekgota has been able to establish himself at Amakhosi since arriving. Sekgota got a chance to show of his moves in the Carling Black Label Cup on Sunday when he was introduced to the game by the fans on the 50th minute of the match. Sekgota did his reputation no bad by putting on a stellar performance, which saw many fans start to talk about him a lot on social media.

Talking to the media after the Carling Black Label Cup, Sekgota spoke about wanting to help the team end the six years trophy drought. When speaking to the team's website Sekgota had this to say "It's a daily prayer for me to achieve trophies with the club and help to get victories for the supporters and for me as an individual, Obviously, I have to study my teammates, I have to respect the tactics of the coach and try to do my best for the club and for me as a player." Sekgota knows very well that it is not going to be easy for him and his team but they will be looking to work hard.


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